Tibetan Bodhi Seed Mala Baltic Amber Turquoise
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- Tibetan Beeswax
- Tibetan Turquoise
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In Buddhism, it is strongly believed that wearing a Bodhi Seed Mala such as this, would bring one closer to realizing their divine nature. And ultimately provide them with the wisdom to understanding and see the true nature of things.
This Bodhi Seed Mala is made with Tibetan Beeswax (Baltic amber), Tibetan turquoise and is strung on durable stretchy cord.
For more of these rare Tibetan malas, please visit our Tibetan Inheritance collection.
- Origin: Tibet
- Material: Bodhi seed, Tibetan beeswax (Baltic amber), Tibetan turquoise
- Color: Dark brown, dark red, red, turquoise, yellow
- Process: Handmade
- Jewelry Type: Wrist mala
- Bodhi Seed Dimensions: 7*12.5mm
- Tibetan Beeswax Bead Diameter: 14mm
- Tibetan Turquoise Bead Diameter: 10mm
The Phoenix Eye Bodhi hold a special spiritual significance to all seekers of divine wisdom. As it was under the bodhi tree in which Buddha achieved enlightenment. In Sanskrit the word bodhi means "enlightened". Therefore the bodhi seed means "enlightened seed". The word bodhi is also a term widely used in Buddhism, which reflects a Buddha’s understanding of the true nature of things. Each bodhi seed of this Tibetan mala will bring you a sense of peace and wisdom on your journey to enlightenment. And it will assist you in better understanding the true nature of things.
Tibetan beeswax from the Baltic Sea region. The Baltic Sea region is home to some of the most authentic amber in the world. And some of the most sacred Tibetan malas are made of this Baltic amber. Tibetan beeswax is known as one of the Seven Treasures of Buddhism. And since time memorial, the various esoteric sects of Buddhism, have used Tibetan beeswax to worship the Buddha, to show unity and to consecrate holy relics. In Tibet, beeswax is a symbol of unity and plays a pivotal role in Tibetan life. If not only seen as an aesthetic necessity and the wealth of secular life, but more importantly Tibetan beeswax embodies the uninhibited cultural spirit and religious beliefs of Tibetan people.
And of all the stones on earth, none is more sacred and important to Tibetans. Tibetan turquoise is the nation’s most precious symbol of personal happiness, social affiliation, fertility, prosperity, well being, and the divine presence. And is used as a token of love between the people and is thought to protect both the person giving the gem and the person receiving it as a gift. It is their seminal symbol of love and life itself. To the Tibetans, turquoise is viewed as the sky stone, which was brought to earth from the heavens above.
Given the nature in which our products are created, rather they be ethnic-made Tibetan prayer beads, rare dzi beads, or Nepali silver jewelry, each of our products are of outstanding quality and craftsmanship. And so, we offer a full one year return on all purchases that become defective.